As the NFL's Annual Meeting wraps up in Palm Beach, Florida, Commissioner Roger Goodell still has some unfinished business to attend to.
Goodell maintains he's still trying to hammer out a deal that would get former Patriots employee Matt Walsh to tell the league what he claims to know about the New England Patriots videotaping procedures.
"I believe when somebody has made an accusation like this, it's important for us to get to the bottom of it," Goodell said Wednesday. "I don't like anybody putting out accusations against the league or any of our clubs, which he certainly implied, if he hadn't said."
Despite the controversy surrounding the Patriots, most NFL clubs believe New England is still the team to beat.
"We all look at things they do," Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said in a Boston Herald feature. "Obviously they've got the quarterback, and then they take it from there."
"The Patriots are a team that has dominated for the last six or seven years. How do we beat them? We definitely think a lot about that," echoed Bills coach Dick Jauron.
And with just over three weeks until the NFL Draft, the latest mock drafts are out. NFL.com still predicts the Pats will take a corner at number seven.